London Fine Art Photography
Fine Art Seascape and coastal Photography
Edge of Nothingness
The view from the top of the cliff into the sea and into nothing. The tiny lighthouse looks so stranded surrounded by lots of nothingness. The vast view into the sea.
Can’t See The Sea
Dovercourt lighthouses are 2 of the oldest lighthouses in Britain. A dull day at the coast blended the sky into sea.
I Am The Sea
Into the sea at Brighton sits the old pier. Just about standing, its a well known and well photographed location. With the stunning sunset behind its a really nice sea view.
The fantastic holiday coastal town of Herne Bay in Kent has some fantastic sea views. Out into the sea stretches the harbour wall.
A truly dreamy place, the cottage here would be a nice place to live with views like this looking into the sea.
The wind farm can just be seen on the horizon. Some lovely colours and shades were created in this coastal long exposure.
The unique wave breakers of Felixstowe in Suffolk. They curve out to the sea, get the tide times right and they look like great little floating triangles.
Fading into the sea. A artistic minimal take on a seascape.
Can’t See the Southend
The longest pleasure pier in the world, Southend pier in Essex reaches out into The North Sea on a misty day.
Tranquility on a dull day at the coast. A groyne reaches out to the horizon as the tide comes in with its crashing waves.
A huge wave crashes over Newhaven lighthouse on a very windy day in Sussex. The 60 MPH winds were causing the English Channel waters to leap up over the lighthouse making some spectacular seascapes.
The old coast guard cottages overlooking the famous stunning bright white cliffs of Seven Sisters. An iconic photo into the sea of a famous view.
Shingle Street in Suffolk, a really nice part of the protected East coast line of England.
By The Seaside
The colourful beach huts on the Essex coast of Brightlingsea look out into the sea. The wonderful seascape at the coast is always calming even on a dull day like this was. The hint of a colourful reflection adding a little bit of vibrancy to the dull lifeless water.
Not Going Out
Calm water surrounds the sea defence stretching into the sea off the Norfolk coast. A very peaceful seascape as the tide comes in on a sunny afternoon in Happisburgh, Norfolk.
A rear colour print, but stunning tones. One of my favourite locations looking out into the sea from the Beachy Head cliffs.
Stranded looking into the sea reflecting on life or just reflecting into the still waters of the Norfolk coast. Surrounded by deep water and deeper thoughts, i feel the same just looking at this print.
1863 saw two cast iron lighthouses erected off the coast of Dovercourt to guide ships round Landguard Point. Both still standing strong but no longer in use.
A bench is left empty on a cold winters day. Overlooking the North sea, waiting for the tide to turn.
The huge waves on this day at the coast created some stunning hi lights in the photo as they broke just in front of me. If you look closely you can see 4 of the poles have birds sitting on them.
My Little Protector
As the tide turns if shows the fantastic rock formations on the beach by the lighthouse. The dark rocks leading out into the sea contrasts the bright white cliffs that the lead out from.
Wind at Ouse
A ferry takes the strong winds and the giant waves in the rough sea as it approaches the river mouth of the river Ouse. 60 MPH winds made taking pictures very difficult yet I’m sure the captain of the ship had a harder job.
Long and Short
The submarine boom at Shoeburyness Essex stretches far out into the sea. The top of The Thames estuary was well protected in The Second World War, the boom just part of the remains of the defences that once were.
As the tide comes in on the Norfolk coast the sea cuts a channel through the beach. So easy to get caught the wrong side and taken into the sea.
Into The Sea
A calming minimalist seascape. The wave breaker reaching into the sea. Calm looking with its soothing shades of grey.
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